Entries Tagged as 'japanese kids clothes'

That Friday feeling…

January 24, 2014

"That Friday feeling"

Happy Friday!  I’ve definitely got that Friday feeling today.  It’s been a long week and I’m so looking forward to the weekend and some fun family outings, weather permitting of course (I do live in London after all).   Hope you all have a wonderful weekend full of smiles, laughter and lots of silly fun!  I couldn’t resist sharing this delightful picture by Franky Grow, a very quirky, creative and fun kids clothing line from Japan.  And besides, that kid on the right – that’s exactly how I’m feeling.

Simple silhouettes…

October 29, 2013

"minimal Japanese clothes for kids"I couldn’t help but do a double-take when I saw this simple, minimal, fuss-free collection from Japanese stylist and mum Jiana.  Here it’s all about the shapes and silhouettes.  The styles are ageless and so fittingly, Jiana does similar clothes for women too.  It’s not often that I come across such simplicity in kids clothes but when I do I can’t help but fall a little bit in love.  This chic brand is called Shihoshi and their online shop is opening this Autumn.

Mina Perhonen kids…

April 16, 2013

"mina perhonen japanese kids clothes"I’m loving these bold and beautiful prints by Mina Perhonen.  This brand is the creation of a Japanese designer who has a love for Finnish culture.  The name ‘Mina Perhonen’ is Finnish for ‘I butterfly’ reflecting the designers desire to create clothes as beautiful as butterflies.  All the prints are first sketched and then created in to original fabrics which are used to make their unique creations.  While the dress styles are simple, it’s the fabrics designs that are the real show stoppers for me.  

"Japanese fashion for kids"I’m totally loving the bird print especially the brown birds on the blue/grey background.  Even the translucent apple print is very cool and perfect for Spring.  Mina Perhonen also makes some funky women’s clothes and some cute baby stuff too.  I haven’t seen much of it available in the UK or Europe but you can get a few kids pieces at Couverture.

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